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. thousands line the streets of los angeles as the space shuttle "endeavour" moves to its retirement home. it's a 2-day, 12-mile trip, costing $10 million. we're live this morning, showing you what it takes to move a spacecraft when it's here on earth. >>> the bridal bandit. caught on tape. police are looking for a woman accused of ripping off a wedding gown worth 5 grand. and wait until you see who she has with her at the time. >>> and love lessons. taylor swift talks about relationships past and present, in her most candid interview yet. what does she think of john mayer? and did she really kidnap a kennedy? the country darling opens up. >>> do you want to repeat that on-air, dan, what you just said? >> i'm getting abused here. >> this is my jam is what dan harris just said. >> even news anchors get a little emo at times, people. >>> we do have some actual news. with three days until the next presidential debate, team obama is enlisting celebrity help this morning. what role will bruce springsteen and morgan freeman play? >>> meanwhile, team romney attacking the president over that fatal at
a plane in los angeles wearing a bullet-proof vest, fire-resistant pants. his luggage packed with a smoke grenade, a gas mask and an arsenal of weapons fit for a horror movie. he's refusing to talk this morning. >>> the heartbroken parents of the 10-year-old who vanished on her way to school, speak out for the first time, as fbi agents swoop in on jessica ridgeway's home. dogs scouring the backyard for new clues to her disappearance. >>> developing now. a prostitution scandal rocking the famous new england town of kennebunk. a 29-year-old zumba finance instructor is charged, and found with a trove of video tapes. everyone there is bracing as police prepare to release her client list. >>> 50 cents, please. >> good grief. >> he's a good man, that charlie brown. so popular, he's headed back to the big screen with snoopy, lucy, linus and all his pals. why everyone's on their feet for "peanuts" right now. ♪ >>> and good morning, everyone. it may be raining outside. but that music puts you in such a great mood, doesn't it? >> it does. >> it brings you back. >> it sure does. great to have you
're still raising money. tonight in los angeles mr. obama will be joined by bill clinton at a fund-raiser, and the president continues to shatter records. he's nearly doubled the number of fund-raisers george bush held and has dwarfed his other predecessors. it's paid off. last month a new fund-raising record, $181 million in just 30 days. a total of 835 million breaking his own record of four years ago. mitt romney has raised at least $548 million, and here's what's remarkable, if both men had stayed in what's known as the public financing system in which they can't take huge donations but then get matching federal funds, they could have only each spent $135 million. that means the president has really raised six times what he would have been allowed if he had stayed in the public financing system. now, mitt romney is going to continue today to try and flip florida into his column. he has another appearance in port st. lucie a little bit later today. >> astonishing numbers, david, thank you. >>> we'll turn to the political showdown, not between presidential candidates, but rather
at a gas station in los angeles to explain how they're doing it. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: george, good morning. take a look at this. all of this gas here at this station in los angeles, well above $5 a gallon which shows you just how much this stuff is worth right now. one pair of thieves here in california stole so much gas they had enough gas to make the trip back and forth between los angeles and new york four times. the brazen thieves hit this shell station near sacramento four times in three days. managing to steal $4,500 worth of gasoline. >> i don't know if we can recover that money or not. but at least, those people should go to jail. >> reporter: in all, they took off with more than 1100 gallons of precious gas. here's how police say they did it. at 1:30 in the morning, a man in a black pickup pulled up to the station. somehow, he managed to disable the meter and pump 300 gallons of gas straight into a tank in the back of the truck. police believe the thieves came back twice the next day and hundreds more gallons. then, they came back again, a day later. this time, durin
they didn't have to go to the locker room. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> cannot wait for that. >>> can't wait for the weather. sam champion. >> it's true. when we shut down 44th street for beyonce's concert here at "good morning america," it was one of the best shows i've ever seen. she really takes the stage. let's get to the boards. we have lots to talk about. imagine driving down the highway and seeing this. what does that? a very strong wind. utah highway patrol sent us that picture. all the way into wyoming 117-mile-per-hour wind gusts. from that area of low pressure and today, it shifts a bit to the east. billings, rapid city, kansas city, oklahoma city, to dallas, all getting strong wind gusts. up to about 80 miles per hour. here's where the strong storms will line up. there's one zone around memphis, outside of memphis to jackson, that could see a tornado or two pop up in this zone. these are strong storms to keep an eye on. >> in the next half hour, we'll talk northeastern chill. but it does warm up nicely as the day goes on. everybody? >> tha
at that because other people dealing with things here. 91 los angeles today. 82 san diego. 89 palm springs. i'll leave you with the national outlook. >> we talk about some of the worst tomorrows in history, dan and i, pretty often. and i think this could become one. i'll have more coming up in the next half hour. for now, we get back to the studio. >> thank you, ginger. stay safe out there. >>> switching gears. something we've been thinking about here at the office. do you ever notice that when we cover stories about bank robbers the suspects always have interesting, sometimes creative names. >> i'm going to list some of my favorites. the balding bandit. the mid life crisis bandit. and i love this, the sweaty back bandit. it turns out, there's one guy behind all of this creativity. and we met him. almost every day, the fbi, police and banks are plastering another grainy surveillance picture and a catchy nickname all over billboards, wanted posters and tv screens. >> the wigout bandit. the so-called clubby bandit. >> looking for a man they call the trick or treat bandit. >> reporter: nicknames
roadways, the 405 through los angeles has reopened this morning after what was called carmageddon 2. l.a. freeways had 20 be closed down so crews could tear down that bridge. and a large part of the bridge came crashing down unexpectedly on a hillside below, no one was hurt, in fact, they opened the freeway ahead of schedule. >>> meanwhile, overseas, winds topping 100 miles per hour. in japan, look what it does to that car. picks it up and throws it like a toy all the way across that parking lot. no one was inside the car at the time the wind struck. the storm, meanwhile, dumped some 20 inches of rain in central japan. >>> and we close with a sunday that will not be forgotten by anyone watching. a stunning collapse by the u.s. team at the ryder cup in chicago. let the groans fly, people. all the americans had to do is win 4 out of 12 singles matches sunday in front of a raucous home crowd of some 40,000, in medinah, just outside of chicago. instead, it was a choke of epic p proportions. falling painfully short losing to the europeans, 14 1/2 to 13 1/2. europe's top player rory mcelroy
voters. >>> congressional debate in los angeles got physical. congressman brad sherman, grabbing his opponent. at one point, actually shouting, do you want to get into this? right there. they got so close to each other. a sheriff's deputy had to step in and break things up. >>> and there are new calls for a criminal investigation into the massachusetts pharmacy blamed for the nationwide meningitis outbreak. 14 people have now died in 11 states. the outbreak has been traced to tainted steroid shots. regulators said they were powerless to improve conditions at the pharmacy, even with its history of safety concerns. >>> new accounts from the war zone in afghanistan, says prince harry has fired on scores of enemy fighters, during his second tour there. he's helping to save wounded british soldiers before applying cover in his apache helicopter. >>> and if you think your phone company is stubborn, look at a woman in france, what she got for a cell phone bill. look and count the zeros. that's 11 quadrillion euros. that's 15 quadrillion dollars. that's a lot of zeros. when she called about,
for britney spears and her family. the superstar's former manager, set to testify today in los angeles. it is all part of the explosive legal battle that could reveal spears' family secrets. abc's rob nelson has our story. >> reporter: sam lufti, who became britney's manager and confidant, is expected to take the stand today. and owl of tinseltown's eyes are on him, as he tries to get the share of the earnings he says he's due. >> he has the burden of proof here. >> reporter: joel boxer told the court lufti was, quote, unqualified to manage a superstar. boxer claims that lufti tried to take advantage of a very vulnerable britney spears. an attorney for lufti says his client was trying to save the singer from her own behavior. he was made a scapegoat for the erratic behavior of britney spears. she looked to use amphetamines, and up uppers. her disjointed performance at the video music awards in 2008, caused whispers in the music industry. her bizarre changes in her appearance. in 2010, lufti defended britney's behavior. >> i think she was expressing her independence and freedom. she's a
in that area. take a look at los angeles, 101. that's a record if you get there. san diego, 94, that would be a record by a degree as well. still the big heat in northern california. that big fire danger continues. >> good morning. jeras. orologist jacqui y start here this especially northwest district. only have .3 of a mile in frederick and martinsburg. and slow down this morning. s to the the 40' west. 50's on the map. reagan national manassas. clouds ast for today, showers rease, a few possible late. >> all of america's weather coming up in the next half hour, everybody. >> all right. thanks so much, sam. >>> and coming up on "gma," a bizarre murder for hire plot. a teacher allegedly calling a hit man to call another teacher. we have the explosive reporting. >>> plus, a jaw-dropping look at a boeing 727 crashing on purpose. >>> and taylor swift, she talks to us about her relationship with the kennedys. let's say you want to get ahead in your career. how do you get from here... to here? at university of phoenix we're moving career planning forward so you can start figuring that out
los angeles, walmart associates greg and charlene fletcher say they want better play, health benefits for part-time employees. and most importantly, they want walmart to stop pushing out workers who threaten to unionize. >> they're so out of touch with their associates, they don't realize how many associates are unhappy. >> reporter: we talked with company managers, hurt and offended. telling us these are great jobs. that most of their 1.4 million workers are very happy. and that a few are threatening to walk. >> we think there's a few associates that have some concerns. but they don't represent the views of the 1.3 million associates we have in the united states. >> reporter: but if it were possible, to shut walmart down on black friday, experts say it would be devastating. potentially, a $312 million hit on friday alone. >> for walmart to lose its most profitable day of the year, it would be devastating on black friday. and continue to be devastating on the days and possibly years ahead. >> reporter: which would, of course, be great news for target and costco. but with 4,000 walmart
dealing with things here. 91 los angeles today. 82 san diego. 89 palm good morning, ashington. forecaster dave zahran here. very mild start to the some chalnging . ys ahead to ratur in the mid and very light out there. going to chan as storm s sandy, , now a ropical storm, downwn from a wayp the makes i its seaard. problems for us today, to ngs will start deteriorate. timele, hthe projected landfall we think around on tutuesday. >> we talk about some of the worst storms in history. and i think this could become one. i'll have more coming up in the next half hour. for now, we get back to the stood joe. >> thank you, ginger. stay safe out there. >>> switching gears. something we've been thinking about here at the office. do you notice when we cover stories about bank robbers the suspects always have interesting, sometimes creative names. >> i'm going to list some of my favorites. the mid life crisis bandit. and i love this. the sweaty back bandit. there's one guy behind all of this creativity. and we met him. almost every day, the fbi, police and banks are plastering another grainy surve
. >>> seven people were injured when a town car crashed in los angeles. none of the injuries are considered life-threatening. police said that the driver thought he was in reverse when he accelerated instead. >>> san francisco giants are one win away from winning the world series. the giants scored early runs last night and that's all they would need. the giants go for the sweep and for their second title in three years tonight. >>> as a native san francisco, i wouldn't mind seeing the giants win the world series. >>> let's go back out to sam champion with look at the nation's weather. >>> good morning, everybody. the extreme team is out. ginger is down the coastline. in case you're now just waking up, the storm is on track, sandy, to continue to move up the coastline. lit make that left-hand turn monday into tuesday being a bad storm from those areas shaded in red up the coastline, i would include this not to be a coastal situation but inland. lot of power outages and flooding expected. the shot of cold air, come numbers like this, frost and freeze warnings on you are out in a lot of place
morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >>> now, the big surprise for next year's oscars. seth macfarlane, who created "the family guy" cartoon has been cast as the host. chris connelly has more on this out-of-the box pick. >> oh, the mike's over there. [ laughter ] this is what happens when you don't come to rehearsal. >> reporter: he will now. unlike at the emmys because seth macfarlane will be hosting the 85th annual academy awards. news he shared with his father on this clip posted on monday. >> i've invited you here today to tell you i'm hosting the oscars. this should be huge news to you. >> of course, it's wonderful news. but the fact you're getting almost brand-new bathing suits is also good news. >> reporter: the oscar's white tie way back when, a guy like macfarlane might not have gotten tickets to the show. thanks to comedy like this. >> i love you, katie. >> i love you, too, tom. oh, my god. i'm free. >> reporter: macfarlane's face may not be so familiar. but as a writer, animator, director and character voice, macfarlane has been raising hysterical laughter,
: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> we will have much more on the actual dancing on "dancing with the stars" when sherri shepherd joins us in our last hour, with a look at last night's sizzling competition. >>> time, now, for a look at the weather. and sam, who i know was watching. >> i thought it was a good night last night. >> i did, too. >> i can't wait for sherri shepherd. i cannot wait for sherri shepherd to walk through those doors. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we want to talk about this morning. we'll start with a live shot out of philly. how about a little bit of cloudiness. a little bit of mist and drizzle. a little bit of cool temperatures. that runs all the way to new york city. boston into portland, as well. a slow-moving low. is it going to rain all day? it's going to rain off and on all day, with the showers and cooler temperatures. 61 in new york. 58 in boston. portland, not a nice forecast for the northeast and mid-atlantic. here's where the great temperatures are. l.a. at 76. phoenix at 93. there's a low offshore. th
arriving at the science center in los angeles. but it got there 17 hours late. crews had to cut down hundreds of trees and move traffic signals along the 12-mile route. i can tell you, though, the city of los angeles will be replanting those trees, along the route. >>> and finally, you would think parachuting off a 4,000-foot cliff would be bad enough. look at how he was going to do it. he was going to dismount off this when the high bar snapped. nobody was hurt. it was a close call. not as he intended. he was wearing his parachute and all was eventually well. and felix baumgartner is sitting here saying, really? >> i shot out of an airplane -- a helium balloon. >> try 137,000 feet and then come talk to me. >> all right, josh. thank you so much. >>> now to the latest on the nationwide salmonella outbreak originally linked to peanut butter. 35 people were sickened in 19 states. now, the manufacturer is expanding the recall to include dozens of peanut products. jim avila has the latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. this is difficult for parents. children and
? >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> and for more on this case, we're going to bring in our legal team, nancy grace from atlanta who will be covering the story on her hnl show "nancy grace." and here in new york, "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams. good morning to you both. nancy, i'd like to start with you. there's lots of circumstantial evidence as this case lays out. how strong does the case seem? >> i have three names that summarize the case. they are walmart, pawnshops and palm's casino. listen, everybody knows the degree of the surveillance at walmart. and here you have this firefighter, a west point grad, i might add, hanging out with a homeless guy. and they go on several shopping sprees. they're all caught on video. and, dan abrams, you know the sophistication used at walmart to catch shoplifters. nasa could get tips from them. then, at a pawnshop. he pays another friend, 200 bucks, to pawn the wife's wedding band and ring. and of course, they go cash in her chips at the palm's casino. even more security cameras. it's a video game for a j
," david wright, abc news, los angeles. >>> it is time, now, for the weather. and sam champion. >> we're going to talk about the timing of these storms because they're not when you would normally expect them to be on the eastern seaboard. look at the red zone. and find out if you're in the middle of this. this is the system that sets up and storms all night long. raleigh, norfolk, washington, d.c. myrtle beach, and charleston, south carolina, will get powerful thunderstorms on the overnight. this is what happens in the northwest. see that front right there? today, it's not a big deal for you. tomorrow and the next day, that front drops towards california, call it, maybe toward the bay area. that means we're wet and rainy late tonight into the day tomorrow. but today, you'll carve out a decent day. a look at the big board. you can see it's warm in the >> america's weather, brought to you by macy's. george? elizabeth? >> thank you, sam. >>> here's a question. are you a honey boo boo fan? or you wonder what all of the fuss is about? we're going to look at the redneck revolution taking ov
the stolen seats but have no way of reuniting them with their rightful owner. that's why los angeles police are encouraging owners to engrave their suv's v.i.n. number on the bottom of the seats. >> it's something that's simple. with a little bit of time and effort, people can protect themselves. >> reporter: something as inexpensive as a bike lock will slow crooks down. a good investment because replacing a stolen third seat at a dealership can cost up to $4,000. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. >> hmm, that is a strange one. >>> here's a shocker. the arcade games with a hanging claw. the one that your kids will spend ten bucks to win a 50-cent prize. but it always seems to slip away. it turns out they are rigged. can you believe it? >> no! >> abc's nick watt has the new evidence. >> reporter: as a lifelong player, this news hit me like a ton of lead. the claw is not a game of skill. the arcade owners fix it so the claw is too weak to win, 11 out of 12 grabs. ♪ stand aside, brian ross. i'll handle this one. stan mon -- santa monica pier. 3:00. and that's my partn
. that's why los angeles police are encouraging owners to unengrave the suv v.i.n. number on the bottom of the seats. >> it's something that's simple. >> reporter: something as inexpensive as a bike lock will slow crooks down. a good investment because replacing a third seat at a dealership can cost up to $4,000. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. >>> here's a shocker. the games with the hanging claw. the one that your kids will spend 10 bucks to win a 50 cent prize. it turns out they are rigged. can you believe it? nick watt has the new evidence. >> reporter: as a life long player, this news hit me like a ton of lead. the claw is not a game of skill. the arcade owners fix it so the claw is too weak to win, 11 out of 12 grabs. stand aside, brian ross. i'll take this one. santa monica peer, and that's my partner, milo. my little boy. this is kiddie gambling. >> we have more. >> reporter: we do. 11 times out of 12, that claw is as limp as a frenchman's handshake. like taking candy from babies. >> i hope we get it. >> reporter: but they're not doing anything wrong. t
about in the first weather, in the pacific northwest. 48 by monday in seattle. down to 65 monday. los angeles drops into the 60s as we go into the week, as well. >> this weather report was brought to you by citibank. >> you're not just handling weather this morning. you also were hanging out with valerie bertinelli, as well. is that true? >> i have. meeting her was just great. >>> valerie bertinelli is not only making people laugh in "hot in cleveland." but she put together a cookbook, "one dish at a time." playing off the title of the show that made her famous. thank you for being here. we have to start with you looking absolutely fantastic. >> okay, fine. thank you very much. >> a very public weight loss. we have pictures of you in a bathing suit. we can't not show this in television. >> right. >> you look wonderful. >> thank you. >> i was reading through the cookbook, and this isn't a diet book. >> no. there are foods that are healthier choices than others. but that's not how i lead my life any longer. it's not all about diet and saying you can't have something. as long as you don'
francisco goes from 66 today down to 65 monday. los angeles drops into the 60s as we go into the week, as well. >> this weather report was brought to you by citibank. >>> ginger does not only the weather this morning. but she also hangs around with celebrities, including valerie bertinelli. >> so exciting. i really have always wanted to meet her. the star who, of course, is "hot in cleveland." has now put together a cookbook "one dish at a time." playing off the name of the classic sitcom that made her famous. thank you for being here. we have to start with you looking absolutely fantastic. >> okay, fine. thank you very much. >> a very public weight loss. we have pictures of you in a bathing suit. we can't not show this in television. >> right. >> you look wonderful. >> thank you. >> i was reading through the cookbook, and this isn't a diet book. >> no. there are foods that are healthier choices than others. but that's not how i lead my life any longer. it's not all about diet and saying you can't have something. as long as you don't overindulge in some of these recipes, you're fine.
were injured when a town car crashed into a parked car, in los angeles. none of the injuries are considered life-threatening. police said that the driver thought he was in reverse when he accelerated instead. >>> and finally, san francisco giants are just one win away from winning the world series. the giants scored early runs last night and that's all they would need. shutting down the tigers of detroit for the second straight time. the giants go for the sweep and their second title in three years tonight. as professionals we strive for objectivit objectivity, but as a native san francisco ian, i wouldn't mind seeing the giants win the world series. am champion with look at the nation's weather. >>> good morning, everybody. the extreme team is out. ginger is down the coastline. let's get you your weather. in case you're now just waking up, the storm is on track, sandy, to continue to move up the coastline. frafrters expect it will make that left-hand turn monday into tuesday, being a bad storm, from those areas shaded in red up the coastline, i would include this not to be a
went. >>> and finally well you maybe wouldn't expect anything else on the streets of los angeles, the space shuttle "endeavour" is late. the space shuttle is reaching the california science center this morning hours after it was supposed to arrive. crews experienced long delays navigating trees and utility poles. the museum is spending about 2 million bucks to replace 400 trees they had to remove along the route. but so far no scratches to the shuttle even though it's come inches from buildings and trees along the route. but it's l.a., so it's running late in traffic. >>> i got to say you're keeping >> i respect how you're holding it together. your emotions under wraps after staying up late at the yankees game. >> that was tough. i'm going to be at the game again today, though. there's always tomorrow in baseball. we're gonna win. and jake is, too. >> and jake is too. >>> all right, we're going to turn now to politics. the countdown to the next heavyweight battle between president obama and mitt romney. both men are in intense training for tuesday's second debate, and with just 2
people were injured when a town car crashed into a park car in los angeles sending both of them plunging 20 feet off an elevated parking lot. none of the injuries is considered life-threatening. police say the driver thought he was in reverse when he accelerated instead. >>> and finally, the san francisco giants are just one win away from winning the world series. the giants scored two early runs last night. that's all they would need shutting down the tigers of detroit for the second straight time, not shutting them out, but the giants go for a sweep and their second title in three years tonight. and as professionals we strive for objectivity, neutrality in our news, but as a native san franciscan, i wouldn't mind seeing the giants win. >> wouldn't mind? come on. putting it mildly. >> a smile on your face. thanks, ron. >>> let's go back out to sam champion with a look at the nation's weather. sam? >> hey, good morning, bianna, dan. good morning, ron. everybody, the extreme team is out. ginger is a couple hundred miles down the coastline so let's get you your weather. in case you're just
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